Have you heard of The Golden Modes? This set of awards from GoTriangle recognizes transit users and companies each year who are helping move the concept of transit forward in our community.
Each year the city repaves/resurfaces some of its more than 1,000 miles of streets. During that process, they also consider whether to add bicycle lanes. This year, 16 of the streets will get a new section of bike lane.
During this episode, we’ll share updates on bikeshare, I-40/Fortify, the I-540 ramp signals, Capital Boulevard bridge work, the I-440 widening plan, Complete 540, and Union Station.
Catching a ride in Raleigh is as easy as installing an app on your phone for Lyft or Uber. Today, co-host James discusses his experience as a driver for these services, and we talk about their effect on transit.
Snow sure seems to interrupt life here in North Carolina, whether it’s an inch or a blizzard. In this episode, we talk about getting around in the snow and learn from the NCDOT a bit about the removal process.
A safe route for pedestrians crossing Trinity Road in Raleigh between parking lots for N.C. State’s Carter-Finley Stadium and the State Fairgrounds is on its way.
We are hosting our second Raleigh blog-podcast reader/listener meetup this month.
The contractor plans to begin installing girders for the new bridge that will carry Capital Boulevard traffic over Peace Street. It is tentatively scheduled to take three nights to set the girders.
Dortch Street will close starting Jan. 14. The 21-day closure will require an offsite detour using Capital Boulevard, North West Street and the southbound Capital Boulevard ramp off Wade Avenue, depending on which direction of Dortch Street a driver is going.
City of Raleigh Department of Transportation staff and Oaks & Spokes representatives will hold an open house on the proposed West Street CycleTrack project on Tuesday, Jan. 23 at Citrix.